Services Not Set for Henry Hanley
Funeral rites were being completed today for Henry Hanley, seventy-seven, who died at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Marion General Hospital where he had been a patient for two weeks.
A resident of Marion for more than 60 years, Mr. Hanley was born in Toronto, Canada. He operated a coal yard and grocery establishment at Ninetheenth and Meridian streets here and was a member of St. Paul Catholic church.
Survivors include six daughters, Mrs. Lillian Sutton, Mrs. Turbine Gossett, Mrs. Maude Carson and Mrs. Mamie Bowser, all of Marion; Mrs. Teressa Monroe, Muncie, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hayes, Detroit, and two sons, Leo and Pat, both of Detroit.
The body will remain at 805 South Adams Street pending completion of funeral rites.
Record of Death, Grant county
Henry Hanley, May 5, 1943, Retail Merchant, Coal and Grocery, Male, White, Widowed, 77. Grant Memorial Park, Needham and son, Cerebral Hemorrhage, Pierre J. Fisher, MD
Marion General Hospital (1901 S. meridian) May 1, 1866, Toronto, Canada, Patrick Hanley, Ireland, Rosetta Killey, Ireland, Mrs. Terbine Gossett, Inf.
Henry Hanley is my Great-Great Grandfather. His Find a Grave memorial is located here.